Susan came up for an impromptu visit to meet her new “grandpuppy”. She arrived on Thursday night after enjoying the delightful rush hour traffic. 😉 And just like that our house was full of dogs. Young Austin got to meet his doggie uncle Blue. They hit it off right away:
There was lots of licking and wrangling:
I think that after dealing with the puppy all week, Wally was convinced that all of the dogs were staying and he was not having it. At one point, he went to sulk in the corner:
The next day, T and I had to go to work, so Susan hung out with the dogs and went and got her hair cut at the salon that did mine. The end result was super cute:
I think Austin likes his grandma:
Or maybe he just likes snuggling with people:
The next day, we went for the world’s wettest run around Green lake and hung around the house. Austin was happy to help Susan with her foam rolling:
M, J & Rowan came over for diner and to meet the dog pack. Little Austin LOVED baby Rowan. I tried to get a picture of all of the dogs swirling around her, but this was the best I got. I love Wally’s crazy face in this shot and the fact that Austin is kissing her face while she tries to wave him off. TOO MUCH CUTENESS!!!
T and I are doing another Whole30 this month, so we couldn’t partake in the wine drinking, but we had a delicious dinner and a wonderful time hanging out. M was kind enough to text me from Costco about a really attractive dog bed and grab it for me. The dogs seemed to approve:
The next day, we went out to breakfast and ran a few errands. Susan bought everyone new toys, so much of the day was spent watching the dogs:
Austin really enjoys wrestling with big Blue:
They also enjoyed chasing each other around the backyard, but only if I wasn’t trying to photograph them. I did get a nice shot of them hanging out in the shrubbery together:
I think young Austin is going to miss all of his dog friends. But snuggling with his dad should make up for some of it:
As will the new bed:
As you can see, we’re very much enjoying the new addition to the household. He’s a very good dog and is fitting in very nicely.